A picturesque place at the Mediterranean where nature has intended to make happy all human senses. It has offered the uniqueness of the sun and sunsets, the richness of the sea, rocks and stones. It has laced the secrets of the Mediterranean pine, vineyards and olive broves, laurels and figs, calms and mistrals into the unique melodious rhythm of nature. The luxurious Bacchus reign over dusks and dawns.
Šibenik is one of the oldest Croatian cities in the Adriatic, and was first mentioned in 1066. Šibenik is the capital and center of the Šibenik-Knin County with 46000 inhabitants. In comparison to other cities on the Adriatic, Šibenik stands out for its location. It is located in the bay at the mouth of the river Krka and is connected to the sea by the canal Sv. Ante. In the last few years, Šibenik has developed into a true tourist pearl of the Adriatic and every year it records an increasing number of guests.
Zadar is the second largest city on the Adriatic coast and the fifth largest city in Croatia. Located in the central part of the Adriatic coast, it is the center and largest city of Zadar County with over 75,000 inhabitants. Zadar is today one of the most visited tourist destinations on the Adriatic with many tourist attractions. From the historical sites we would mention the Cathedral of Sts. Stošija from 12th Century, which is also the largest church in Dalmatia. Zadar is also adorned with numerous churches, the most famous of which is the church of Sv. Donat from the 9th century, which is today a symbol of the city of Zadar and the most famous monumental building in Croatia.
Split with its over 200,000 inhabitants second largest city in Croatia and the largest city in Dalmatia, and important commercial, industrial, sports and tourist center. It lies on the Dalmatian coast in Split (Marjan) peninsula and is surrounded by the seaside with islands of Brac, Hvar and Vis, and in the hinterland areas of the Dalmatian hinterland.